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"Future Bisley Prospect Here?" Rifle Shooting Competition

"Future Bisley Prospect Here?" Rifle Shooting Competition

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 11 October 1958: "All ready to have their shoot are these four boys who competed in a Palmerston North secondary school rifle shooting competition for the N.Sandllands memorial trophy on the Ashhurst Rifle Club's range today. They are (from left to right): R. Tower (Queen Elizabeth Technical College), B. Townshend (Boys' High School), D. Brook (Freyberg High School) and G. Meeghan (Marist). "

 
"Frivolities of Savage Club" - Informal Parade

"Frivolities of Savage Club" - Informal Parade

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 25 August 1958, page 9: "A portion of the street "procession" by members of the Manawatu Savage Club when they were hosts for a "raid" by the Hawera Savage Club on Saturday."

 
"Freebairn Scores" Rugby

"Freebairn Scores" Rugby

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 06 June 1961 "The hand of the referee (Mr. F.G.M. Parkinson) goes up as Freebairn touches down for the Manawatu's second try in the representative match between Manawatu and Wellington at the Oval yesterday. Wellington won by 27 points to 19."

 
"Foster Father Looks After his Charges" Feeding Calves

"Foster Father Looks After his Charges" Feeding Calves

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 29 August 1961 "Taking no interest in the photographer, these calves on the Massey College dairy farm were making every effort to obtain at least one good meal. Mr. L. Bristol is proud of his charges."

 
"Former Representatives Watch Cricket"

"Former Representatives Watch Cricket"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 26 December 1958: "Messrs. A.E. Mansford, J.R. Hardie, A.M. Ongley, G. Greer, A.C. McVicar and B. J. Jacobs, who all played for Manawatu prior to the First World War, are seen watching the Central Districts - Northern Districts at the Sportsground yesterday."

 
"Former Comrades Remembered" - South African War Veterans

"Former Comrades Remembered" - South African War Veterans

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 10 February 1958, page 6: "With the Legion of Frontiersmen guards stiffly at the present arms position, Messrs. C.T. Flyger, the newly-elected Dominion president, and W.E. Thomas, senior vice-president of the Palmerston North branch, stand in silence yesterday at the ceremony at the War Memorial when the members of the South African War Veterans' Association gathered to honour their former comrades."

 
"For the Youth of Pohangina" - Ashhurst School Pool

"For the Youth of Pohangina" - Ashhurst School Pool

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 21 February 1958, page 6: "This standard size swimming pool is the first completed project of the Pohangina Anglican Youth Centre in Ashhurst. Of concrete construction, it was build by voluntary labor in less than four and a half months. The Youth Centre Committee has now turned its attentions to the preparation of a Rugby football field, a cricket ground, and six tennis courts."

 
"Flying Officer J.L. Mills." Awards

"Flying Officer J.L. Mills." Awards

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 23 May 1961 "A further honour has fallen to Flying Officer John Lockhart Mills, R.N.Z.A.F., in his graduation as a Master of Engineering, with distinction, at Canterbury University. Last year he was awarded a Todd Post-Graduate Research Scholarship. The son of Mr. E.W. Mills, of Albert Street, Palmerston North, Flying Officer Mills was educated at New Zealand Friends School, Wanganui and at the Palmerston North High School. In 1958 he was awarded an R.N.Z.A.F. scholarship in engineering and in 1960 he graduated as a Bachelor of Engineering (mechanical).""

 
"Judges' Decision is Final" - Rodeo

"Judges' Decision is Final" - Rodeo

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 04 February 1958, page 12: "Situated high above the corral at the Moutoa Young Farmers' rodeo was a vantage point from which the judges marked their points on activities. Here seen conversing over one event is Mr. J. McCartney (Stratford) and Mr. D.C. Wright (Rongotea)."

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"Floral Tribute to the Honoured Dead" - ANZAC

"Floral Tribute to the Honoured Dead" - ANZAC

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 26 April 1958, page 8: "A section of the representatives of various organisations who paid tribute to the fallen during the wreath-laying ceremony at the War Memorial yesterday. Extreme left is Mr. P. Kelliher and Mrs. M. Tulloch from the Catholic Services Association."

 
"Fleece of the Year Competition"

"Fleece of the Year Competition"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 22 June 1961 "The judging for the Massey Agricultural College "fleece of the year" took place in the college wool room yesterday and today. The 58 entries included fleeces from all major wool breeds in New Zealand - Merino, Corriedale and Romney - and had come from all over the country. The results of the judging will be released at the college's annual wool conference on July 4, 5 and 6. The photograph shows the two judges, Mr. R. Moore (Wellington, left) and Mr. D. Stewart (Christchurch, right) examining a stud Corriedale fleece from Canterbury. In the centre is Mr. A. Chadwell, a college wool instructor."

 
"First Pupils of New School" - Ross Intermediate

"First Pupils of New School" - Ross Intermediate

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 15 February 1958, page 8: "Not many children of the present age have the chance to be present at the official opening of their own school. Here the first pupils of Ross Intermediate stand in silence, despite the intense heat, while the Minister of Education (Mr. Skoglund) officially declared the new school open."

 
"Learning How to Use Library Reference Books"

"Learning How to Use Library Reference Books"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 14 November 1958: "Miss G. Roberts, a member of the reference library staff, showing children from the Ross Intermediate School how to use the ready reference books in the library. The teacher with the children, Mrs. M. Webster, can be seen in the background."

 
"Five Grades Visit Wellington" -Junior Rugby Players Travel to Tournament in Wellington

"Five Grades Visit Wellington" -Junior Rugby Players Travel to Tournament in Wellington

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 06 September 1958: "Junior Rugby players from several city schools left this morning by transport supplied by the public to play in a Wellington tournament. They are seen at the Palmerston North Post Office prior to departing."

 
"Fishing in Troubled Waters" at Centennial Lagoon

"Fishing in Troubled Waters" at Centennial Lagoon

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 01 April 1961 "Billy Sutton, doing a spot of quiet fishing for eels, reflects on the effects of the splashes of a canoeist on his chances. He was fishing from the bridge over Centennial Lagoon this morning when the national canoe championships were being held."

 
"First Major Use of Pre-Stressed Concrete in City" Armaghdown Motors

"First Major Use of Pre-Stressed Concrete in City" Armaghdown Motors

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 01 July 1961 "Even thought this method of construction [pre-stressed concrete] has been used outside Palmerston North, the new building of Armaghdown Motors in Princess Street is the first major construction where this method has been used in the city area --- "This method of structural concrete work is not the answer to all our problems but we will use it to its best advantage where possible," said Mr. R. McMillan, the architect for the building."

 
"First in City to Win Emblem" Girl Guides

"First in City to Win Emblem" Girl Guides

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 20 June 1961 "Two enthusiastic Guides of the Salvation Army Troop caught by a "Manawatu Standard" photographer last evening at their group gathering. Well might they be pleased with themselves. They have earned for themselves the distinction of being the first two local guiders to receive the bronze bar to the newly-instituted merit badge, the "Duty to God Emblem." They are (from the left), Ann Waite and Patricia Fordyce."

 
"Fine Seat Presented to Art Society" Donation from Miss D. Fitzherbert

"Fine Seat Presented to Art Society" Donation from Miss D. Fitzherbert

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 30 May 1961 "This fine mahogany seat, designed by the noted Palmerston North sculptor, Mr. T.V. Johnston, and made by a city firm, has been presented to the Manawatu Society of Arts by the relatives and friends of the late Miss D. FitzHerbert. Of contemporary style, it is designed to harmonise with the interior of the city's Art Gallery in Grey Street. Miss FitzHerbert, a founder member of the society, was keenly interested in art and was an active member of the Palmerston North Art Group."

 
"Final Rehearsal For Display" YMCA Gymnastics Display

"Final Rehearsal For Display" YMCA Gymnastics Display

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 31 October 1958: "Children yesterday went through their paces during the final rehearsal for the public gymnastics display which will be presented by the Palmerston North Y.M.C.A tonight and tomorrow night. Here they displayed perfect poise and balance in a pyramid."

 
"Final Assembly at Intermediate"

"Final Assembly at Intermediate"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 18 December 1958: "The official party at the annual breaking-up and prize-giving ceremony of the Palmerston North Intermediate Normal School yesterday. From left to right: Messrs. G. Bertram (chairman of the Parent-Teacher Association), H. Hall (senior inspector), W.H. Brown (chairman of the Wanganui Education Board), B.G. Jackson (headmaster), L.E. Simmons (chairman of the school committee), Miss J. N. Wallace (the guest-speaker), Mr. W.B. Tennent, M.P., Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. F. Goodall (the retiring first woman assistant)."

 
"Festival Wax Works" - Edmund Hillary and Tensing Norgay

"Festival Wax Works" - Edmund Hillary and Tensing Norgay

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 19 February 1958, page 7: "Two popular figures are portrayed here in the cave at Collinson and Cunninghame's. They are Sir Edmund Hillary and his companion in the adventure, Sherpa Tensing. These men made history when they conquered Mt. Everest."

 
"Feeding Time at Cage Bird Show"

"Feeding Time at Cage Bird Show"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 13 July 1961 "Feeding time is just as important as the judging at a bird show. This was pointed out at the show of the Palmerston North Canary and Budgerigar Club at the Astoria Ballroom today. The feeding of the birds normally takes place after judging is completed. Mr. G. Travers, the president of the club, is seen judging the last of the budgerigar section while Mr. A.E. Chatfield, assistant show manager (foreground), feeds the birds with a specially made feeding can and spout so that the birds can be fed without opening the cages."

 
"Fashions on Parade" Best Dressed Woman Competition

"Fashions on Parade" Best Dressed Woman Competition

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 18 October 1958: "Seen here are the seven finalists who were chosen for the best dressed woman competition which was held in Palmerston North this week. They are (from left): Mrs. M. McMillan, Mrs. O. Oliver, Mrs. T.O. Gilbert, Mrs. A. Condon, Mrs. P. Harford (who was the winning contestant), Mrs. N. Hasselden and Mrs. H.B. Prince. "

 
"Fascinated With Their Play" Kindergarten Visit

"Fascinated With Their Play" Kindergarten Visit

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 04 August 1961 "A visit to a city kindergarten dispels any doubt of the value and fascination of this work -- blocks, painting, music, clay-modelling, junk play, water play, nature study -- all without adult interference, teach these tiny-tots real social adjustment."

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